A US-based mother filed a $ 500 billion ($ 375 billion) lawsuit against the indictment for a scandal at a university. She claimed that her son had been wrongly rejected.
Jennifer Kay Toy cited the alleged conspirators' "despicable actions" as a reason her child was not admitted to some of the universities where he applied.
A separate class action lawsuit has been filed against current universities named by US authorities.
The students say a "warped and rigged" scandal cost them money.
Actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among the 33 parents accused of bribing, questioning tests and falsifying credentials to get their students to elite universities.
On Thursday, Ms. Loughlin was officially expelled from the Hallmark Channel, a television station with which she has been working since at least 2010.
What are the complaints?
In Wednesday's submission to a San Francisco court, Ms. Toy said her son Joshua referred to some of the complaints reported in the US Department of Justice, "but was inexplicably not cut".
"I am now outraged and hurt because I feel that my son, my only child, has been denied access to college, not because he has not worked enough and has not learned enough, but because wealthy individuals have felt to lie, to cheat, to steal and bribe their children into a good college, "it says in their civil lawsuit.
A separate $ 5 million lawsuit filed by Stanford University students claims they were deceived when they agreed to pay the fees required for each application. The students requested compensation for the fees.
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Student Erica Olsen said she was rejected by Yale after she paid $ 80 despite her "outstanding" test results and athletic ability.
"If the plaintiffs had known that the system had been distorted and manipulated by fraud, they would not have spent the money applying for the school," the lawsuit asserted, adding, "They did not get what they paid for," a fair admission procedure. "
Another lawsuit filed by students of Tulane University, Rutgers University and a community college in Orange County, California was filed against William "Rick" Singer, who on Tuesday had been found guilty of his role as a thought leader in the criminal system.
Pulled out of Hallmark
Lori Loughlin, who became famous in her role as Aunt Becky in the 1987 full-house sitcom and the Netflix restart fuller house of 1987, was canceled by the Hallmark Channel.
"We are saddened by the recent allegations regarding the college admissions process," said the family-friendly networking and greeting card company on Thursday, adding that they have been suspended from any projects they're working on.
She is currently playing a starring role in the ongoing Garage Sale Mysteries films and the series When the Heart Calls.
The network's decision had a logistical impact as When Calls the Heart was shot in Canada and a judge ordered Ms. Louglin to give up her pass.